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Baraka
Country
Japan
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Baraka is a Japanese progressive rock band started in 1997 by Issei Takami (guitars and vocals), Shin Ichikawa (bass and vocals) and drummer Max Hiraishi.
Website
http://www.barakarock.com
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Releases on file (12)
Baraka — A Night at the Open Baraka — A Night at the Open
(Butterfly HOPE011, 2014, CD)
Baraka — The Baraka Baraka — The Baraka
(Butterfly HOPE010, 2013, CD)
Baraka — Trinity Baraka — Trinity
(Musea Parallele MP 3255, 2012, CD)
Baraka — Inner Resonance Baraka — Inner Resonance
(Musea Parallele MP 3202, 2010, CD)
Baraka — Shade of Evolution Baraka — Shade of Evolution
(Musea Parallele MP 3077, 2008, CD)
Baraka — VII Baraka — VII
(Musea Parallele MP 3069 AR, 2007, CD)
Baraka — Baraka VI Baraka — Baraka VI
(Butterfly HOPE006, 2005, CD)
Baraka — Baraka (5) Baraka — Baraka (5)
(Butterfly HOPE0005, 2003, CD)
Baraka — Baraka IV Baraka — Baraka IV
(Butterfly HOPE004, 2002, CD)
Baraka — Bharmad Baraka — Bharmad
(Butterfly HOPE003, 2001, CD)
Baraka — Baraka II Baraka — Baraka II
(Butterfly HOPE002, 2000, CD)
Baraka — Baraka Baraka — Baraka
(Butterfly HOPE001, 1999, CD)

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